Sinead Cusack reads from Frances Stonor Saunders's account of troubled life of Violet Gibson, the daugher of an Anglo-Irish lord who attempted to assassinate Mussolini in Rome in 1926.
Violet was eventually released by the Italian government. But how would her family determine her fate and future?
Abridged by Jill Waters
A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.
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